I desperately wanted ranunculus and anemone de caen in my garden this spring and planted bulbs last October/November. But, there doesn't seem to be much sign of either so far. I'm assuming they've been drowned or I suspect in the case of the ranunculus, eaten by rabbits. I need to put my dwarf rhodendrums in containers because our soil is too acidic for them so my question is .... is there a short cut way of planting ranunculus and anemone de caen now, as in February and so plant them in place of the rhodendrums?
Ranunculus and Anemone de caen
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